Christmas Ornaments
Beaded Ornaments
Blown Glass Studio
Cast Pewter
Charming Tails
Debbee Thibault
European Blown Glass
Angels and Cherubs
Around the House
Bridal and Wedding
Babys First Christmas
Cakes and Cooking
Cartoon and Storybook
Cartoon and Storybook pg2
Cartoon and Storybook pg3
Circus Themed
Cities and Places
Clothes and Accessories
Dog and Cat Christmas Ornaments
Domed and Specialty
Egg Faberge Style
Egyptian Themed moved
Famous People
Flying Machines
French Themed
Garden and Flowers
Garden and Flowers pg2
Homes and Houses
Ino Schaller
Ino Schaller pg2
Irish Themed
Italian Themed
Landmarks and Icons
Madonna Ornaments
Miniature Ornaments
Music Themed
Ocean Themed
People and Children
Pickle Ornaments
Presidential Christmas
Sun Moon and Stars
Toy Themed
Transportation and Travel
Southwest Themed
Wild West Themed
Golden Harvest Leaves
Kachina Ornaments
Ne Qwa Reverse Painted
Old World Christmas
Personalized Ornaments
Russian Dolls
Snow Children
Soffiera De Carlini Free Blown Glass
Zhen Zhu Reverse Painted

Cities and Places Glass Ornaments

I Love San Francisco$50.00

I Love San Francisco

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'I Love San Francisco' is endorsed by Sharon Stone to benefit Planet Hope  



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NY at Christmas$50.00

NY at Christmas

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4.75 inches high  

Taos Pueblo$36.00

Taos Pueblo

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Pueblo de Taos is the largest living multi-storied pueblo structure in the U.S., and it appears today much as it did when Spanish explorers arrived in New Mexico in 1540. The structure of the Pueblo is a study unto itself. The walls are made of thin layers of mud and straw, the outside layers of which weather away quickly and must be continually replaced. Tightly packed dirt covers a framework of aspen and large timbers to create the roofs of each of the 5 stories. The Pueblo today does include fireplaces, exterior doors and windows as the people living there no longer need to blatantly protect themselves from warring neighbors, or other menacing forces. However, Tribal custom allows no running water or electricity. Two hundred Taos Indians live in the Pueblo full-time. Graciously, the public is invited to certain ceremonial dances held throughout the year.
Hand-blown and hand-painted by artisans in Poland.  

US Capitol Building$38.00

US Capitol Building

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French Quarter$36.00

French Quarter

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